The Traveling Sisterhood: Paper Punk Kids #Giveaway: Awesome way to alleviate summer boredom!

Friday, May 22

Paper Punk Kids #Giveaway: Awesome way to alleviate summer boredom!

If you fold it, they will build! That was the mantra of Paper Punk’s founder Grace Hawthorne as she melded an innovative building toy made of paper into a business providing beautiful open play. This month she promotes nine Paper Punk kits that require a few simple folds to create stunning 3D artWe did this as part of a Geometry class (yes, our homeschool is cool like that).  My kiddos turned their Urban Fold Set and their Pup into a city for our new hamster, Teddy!  Check it out--he loved it!  And isn't he cute?!







Each Paper Punk kit is customizable, collectible and naturally recyclable!  Everything needed to transform 2D paper into a stand-up 3D work of art (in the shape of a gorilla, snake, kitty, pup, robot or unicorn) is in the box. Better yet, there is no need for scissors or glue, hence no mess to clean up! Parents have taken to social media to gush about their smart purchase!

Kitty, Sweet, and Horn

Look for these nine kits online at www.amazon.com,  www.paperpunk.com and in specialty stores nationwide. Each kit comes with loads of decorative stickers, adhesive dots and a cool poster that lists easy-to-follow instructions.  All kits are ideal for ages 6 and up.  My kiddos are 7, 9, and 11 and they all had a blast!


Ride, Pup, Bot, and Fang

Giveaway One of my readers will win any one of the products pictured in this post, winner’s choice. Enter below by 5/30 at 11 pm anyone's time.  I'll choose a winner the next morning.  Check out our other giveaways, too--we have a lot of goodies this week!   

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Special thanks to KidStuffPR and Paper Punk for providing us with these products to review and give away!


23 comments:

  1. My 8- and 9-year-olds would love these!

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  2. My kiddos would love playing (aka learning!) with these!

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  3. Such a neat product. Thank you for the giveaway. My kids love using hands-on activities.

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  4. Loving this!!! Talk about fun with learning. The children can get very creative with this. Thanks for sharing. :)

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  5. This looks like a lot of fun!

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  6. followed on twitter @amylynn5973 pinterest amy tolley commented on the toy cars post ...and these look like loads of fun my son would love these ty for this chance best of luck to everyone

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  7. My husband loves origami, and would love introducing our kids to paper folding with these!

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  8. These look like a lot of fun.

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  9. Tamalyn L.2:36 PM

    My kids would love these! Looks like great rainy day fun, too.

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  10. My daughter would love this

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  11. My 8 year old is so into origami right now. He would so love this

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  12. Anonymous10:30 AM

    These would be a great rainy day thing for the kids to do!

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  13. My 6 year old would love the robot!

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  14. These would certainly entertain!

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  15. These would certainly entertain!

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  16. Those look really fun! I love paper crafts and actitivities.

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  17. Tiffany Church7:34 AM

    My hubby and kids would have SO much fun with this!

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  18. The opportunity for creative play with these kits and paper design blocks represents a skill that should be cultivated in young children. This is such an innovative idea and reminds me of using shoes boxes as a child to build a cityscape. rene chartier (joan).

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  19. Awesome giveaway! I would love to win this unique prize for my son!
    Thank You for the chance

    Fiona N

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  20. trista mj6:42 AM

    Thank you for the giveaway. My daughters would love this for a summer activity.
    tristamj at hotmail dot com

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    1. Congrats, you're the winner! :)

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  21. Congrats to Trista, the winner of this giveaway!

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